(Neb.)-Crawford City Council To Meet Tuesday Evening
(CRAWFORD)-The Crawford city council will convene for a regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, March 11th, at City Hall council chambers, 135 Elm Street in Crawford.
The council will approve or disapprove an Explorer’s Program with the Dawes County Sheriff’s office, advertising for seasonal park employees and pool lifeguards, summer ads for the city of Crawford, Legend Buttes Golf Course, and the city pool, and Keno funds for this year’s Crawford Public Schools “MORP” after-prom party. The council will also decide whether to approve three building permits, to hire Denee Limbach as the Golf Clubhouse manager beginning Wednesday, March 12th, with a bi-weekly salary of $943.08, and to open Legend Buttes Golf Course on Wednesday, March 19th.
Council member Ed Kuhnel is scheduled to discuss the fixing of Oak and Beech Streets as well as the road going to the wastewater treatment plant, and Vicki Overton is scheduled discuss Golf Board duties and powers as well as public records. Also on the agenda, a sheriff’s office update, a Crawford Helping Hands Inc. update, bills and claims, and reports from various boards, if they have a report, including the Golf, Parks, Ponderosa Villa, Hospital, SWANN, Fire, and Rodeo Boards.
The meeting agenda is kept continually current and is available for public viewing at the office of the city clerk. The mayor and city council reserve the right to rearrange the order of agenda items if deemed necessary and also reserve the right to adjourn into executive session if deemed necessary, pursuant to section 84-1410 of the Nebraska Revised Statues.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
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